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Timeline for more cluster nodes?

4 posts in Cluster Last posting was on 2008-03-06 17:39:59.0Z
Michael Heaney Posted on 2008-03-03 15:37:31.0Z
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The Release Notes for both the Linux and Solaris versions of
ASE CE indicate that currenlty only two nodes can be
created. What is the timeline for allowing more nodes
to be added to an ASE CE cluster?


Michael Heaney
JCVI


David Wein Posted on 2008-03-03 15:43:44.0Z
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Disclaimer: plans change - this is only guidance.

We intend to certify four nodes sometime this summer.

-Dave

Michael Heaney wrote:
> The Release Notes for both the Linux and Solaris versions of
> ASE CE indicate that currenlty only two nodes can be
> created. What is the timeline for allowing more nodes
> to be added to an ASE CE cluster?
>
>
> Michael Heaney
> JCVI


Michael Heaney Posted on 2008-03-06 17:12:33.0Z
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David Wein wrote:
> Disclaimer: plans change - this is only guidance.
>
> We intend to certify four nodes sometime this summer.
>

Sounds good. One more question: are there any limitations
on the number of CPUs and/or cores that each node
may have?


Michael Heaney
JCVI


David Wein Posted on 2008-03-06 17:39:59.0Z
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Just like regular ASE - 128 engines per instance.

-Dave

Michael Heaney wrote:
> David Wein wrote:
>> Disclaimer: plans change - this is only guidance.
>>
>> We intend to certify four nodes sometime this summer.
>>
>
>
> Sounds good. One more question: are there any limitations
> on the number of CPUs and/or cores that each node
> may have?
>
>
> Michael Heaney
> JCVI